Kids’ Books to Remember and Some Links for your Holiday Week

December 17, 2016

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As I was working out on this snowy, cold morning, I realized that Christmas Eve is just a week away! I love all of the lights, the music and the special times with friends and family. I plan to savor every moment! I hope that you find some quiet time to cuddle with your kids under a warm blanket with a cup of hot chocolate and your favorite Christmas story. Maybe you’ll even find a new favorite story in these Kids’ Books to Remember. Those are the holiday moments you’ll always cherish!

kids’ books to remember: read aloud

Charlie and the Chocolate Family by Roald Dahl

The Tough Winter by Robert Lawson

Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne

KIDS’ BOOKS TO REMEMBER: picture books

Silver Packages by Cynthia Rylant

Santa’s Favorite Story: Santa Tells the Story of the First Christmas by Hisako Aoki

Christmas in the Country by Cynthia Rylant

KIDS’ BOOKS TO REMEMBER: chapter books

Lulu and the Brontosaurus Judith Viorst

Rules by Cynthia Lord

The Last Christmas Concert by Andrew Clements

links for mom and dad

10 series to read after Harry Potter
a gift guide for the girl with gumption
book gift ideas for reluctant readers: ages 6 – 12
top 50 building toys for mighty girls

This is my last post of the year. I wish you all a very warm, peaceful and memorable holiday season with your families and friends. I will be back in January!

 posts you may have missed on red canoe reader
14 Books to Help your Child by More Compassionate
Kids’ Biographies
Our Pilgramage to the Eric Carle Museum

 

 

 

More about Susan

Hi! I'm Susan, a wife, a mom and a recently retired elementary school librarian with 22 years of experience. One of my greatest joys is to connect kids with a perfect book, which then leads them to a lifelong love of learning. Through my blog, I'm hoping to reach parents, their children and teachers to help them find those special books. I’m also hoping to offer some tips and techniques to use with your children as you read aloud.

I appreciate your comments!

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